When I was a kid, there were two comics franchises that meant everything. The first was Spider-Man. He was my entryway into comic books, courtesy of Todd McFarlane and David Michelinie, and he made an indelible impression. The
If you're a regular reader of the Bizarro Back Issues column, then you may have realized that I've been reading through some of the "classic" '90s X-Men stories lately. A few weeks ago, I broke down the mind-boggling saga of Gambit's ex-wife and Ghost Rider fig
Last year Marvel launched Infinite Comics, a digital comics initiative designed specifically for mobile devices, for the purpose of creating content meant to take advantage of the creative and technological opportunities those devices provide. The idea behind
Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why, each and every week, we turn to you to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: Why all the hate for Cyclops? -- @chrisfarnsworth
A: Because Cyclops is basically terrible.
Animation: Warner Bros. Animation has released new images and official box art for Superman: Unbound, which arrives on home video and digital formats on May 7.
Movies: There's a new still of Hugh Jackman on The Wolverine
Though Hasbro won't be releasing a specific action figure line in honor of The Wolverine movie this summer, the toymaker will still be paying a ton of toy attention to the best-he-is-at-what-he-does hero according to its Toy Fair 2013 press images. On top of a addition to a 12" "Titan Hero" figure, a "Slash Claw" 10" figure and role-play masks and claws (n
Marvel confirmed on Friday via press release that it's compiled its first Mighty Marvel Format book in the form of Wolverine: The Adamantium Collection. Packaged in a slipcase and adorned with artwork by Gabrielle Del'Otto and Billy Tan, the $200 book measures a massive 11.5" x 15.5", weighs 16 pounds and